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Software Engineering 1 is the starting point for a budding developer. Students will learn the basics of computational thinking and the foundations of programming using the Ruby development language. Topics include object-oriented programming, front-end development using HTML and CSS, and web integration with the Sinatra Framework. By the end of the class, students will be able to build their own functional web applications. (718) 395-9655
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Camp Chai
 
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7900 Northaven Rd, Dallas, Texas
Jewish day camp with emphasis on community & individual growth. Full range of activities plus trips & overnights.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama, Field Trips, Music,...
Collin County Adventure Camp
 
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9409 Garland Rd Ste 200, Dallas, Texas
Activities: Academics, Aquatic Activities, Archery, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing,...
Camp John Marc
 
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2824 Swiss Ave, Dallas, Texas
Camp John Marc exists to provide a renewed quality of life for children with chronic illnesses or major physical disabilities.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Fishing, Horseback Riding (Western),...
Camp Grady Spruce YMCA
 
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9409 Garland Rd Ste 200, Dallas, Texas
CGS delivers exceptional outdoor programs that inspire, build and strengthen relationships with God, his creation and each other.
Activities: Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western),...
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What Items Are Important to Bring to Summer Camp?
As always, the mission of the camp dictates what campers should bring. However, no matter the focus of the program, there are some universal essentials to bring. Packing is hard. Having a general packing list makes it easier for parents and children to handle this process. First, one should always bring bedding, a pillow, and any comfort items like a stuffed animal. Additionally, youth should bring three types of shoes: flip flops for the shower and beach, sneakers for running around, and boots if there is hiking. If there is a dance or formal event, it is also appropriate to...




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